and social security, with no cost, no shared sacrifice for millionaires, billionaires and oil companies, it's very difficult for democrats to swallow and quite frankly, the polls show 75% of american people don't want that kind of solution. so that will make it tough, if, that's, in fact, what they'll present to us. >> given the fact that we don't have yet anything definitive in place, representative yarmouth, there enough time? that's one thing we can agree on, the clock is ticking and a finite point it will stop. is there enough time which it will pass with both the senate and the house? >> well, barely enough time, and that's why i'm one of those who believes that the president ought to invoke the 14th amend and raise the debt ceiling himself. the phony thing about this entire argument is that virtually every republican, all but six in the house of representatives voted for a budge that's adds over $6 trillion to the national debt. we have a budget process.